Ride-hailing service Kai Senegal has raised a round of seed funding from Mobility 54, the corporate venture capital arm of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, to help it scale. Founded in 2018, Kai Senegal is a technology-driven ride-hailing platform that connects customers to drivers via its app, as well as listing various commercial motor vehicles for sale. The startup has now raised a round of seed funding from Mobility 54, the corporate venture capital arm of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, and VC firm CFAO Group, in order to help it scale. Mobility 54 is a regular investor in African mobility startups, having also backed the Ivory Coast-based Moja Ride and Kenya’s Data Integrated within the last year.
SOURCE: DISRUPT AFRICA
Best Style Moments of Tems
To the World
From ‘The Woman King’ to Netflix’s ‘African Queens’ – How Africa’s History Went Pop
Who is Pretty Yende, the Soprano Performing at King Charles III’s Coronation?
Discover Dakar: From African Art to Rooftop Hangouts and Culinary Gems
Graffiti Now Covers the Walls of Libya’s Ancient City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
When to Visit Malawi
The Beauty about Exploring Africa is that the Continent has a Lot to Offer
Ugandan Kids get Introduced to Irish Dancing Via Online Lessons
Get a Symmetrical Trim at this Kenyan Barber
Standard Bank Hosts Central Bankers to Demonstrate Africa’s Potential to Learn – and Lead
Ghana’s Debt Crisis is Affecting Companies Beyond its Borders